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Pirates Drop Finale With Elgin

The North Central Missouri College baseball team dropped the final game of its South Carolina swing, falling 4-2 to Elgin Community College on Wednesday in Myrtle Beach. The loss was the third in a row to Elgin, who also defeated the Pirates 8-0 and 1-0 on Tuesday.
The Pirates fell behind 3-0 in the first three innings of Wednesday’s game, before getting on the board in the fourth with a

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TMS Boys Track Team

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Members of the 2015 Trenton Middle School boys’ track and field team include, from left, front row, Quinten Hughs, Noah Burkeybile, Austin Weyer, Corey Marrs, Jerrick Stotts, Brian Ewing, Anakin Burkeybile; row two, Jeremy Elliott, Cole Rorebeck, Jose Velazquez, Zane Rottman, Noah Lewis, Weston Otto; row three, Jaren Whitney, Sam Schilling, Matthew Sibbitt, Isaac Harris, Hunter Beasley; row four, Thomas Johnston, Dalton Burchett, Hunter Beverlin, Hunter Trask,

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TMS Girls Track Team

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Members of the 2015 Trenton Middle School girls’ track and field team include, from left, front row, Werthen Gass, Ann Airey, Hannah Ellis, Nicole Rodriguez, Mary McNabb, Mykah Hurley, Laura Carlson; row two, Taylor Richman, Allena Allen, Shawna Coplen, McKayla Blackburn, Emma Gilham, Ariel Beers, Salem Croy; row three, Sarah Jordan, Hannah Glass, Adrianna Gard, Emily Kosse, Grace Eaton, Kenna Dolan, Karli Provorse, Saedee Jackson; row four,

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D.A.W.G.S. Play Pirates

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Members of the Junior DAWGS Special Olympics basketball team got the chance to compete against members of the North Central Missouri College men’s basketball team on Tuesday night at the First Christian Church gym in Trenton. The ‘celebrity’ basketball game marked the end of the Dawgs basketball season, which saw them compete at both regionals in Maryville and sectionals in Kansas City. The Junior Dawgs are coached by

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Three Players, One Coach Named To All-District Team

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Trenton High School basketball players named to the MSSA All-Northwest District Basketball Team included, from left, McKinley Hurley, Whitley Richman and Cree Mullenix. Not pictured is Brian Upton, who was named the girls’ Class 3 Coach of the Year.

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Trenton High School basketball players named to the MSSA All-Northwest District Basketball Team included, from left, McKinley Hurley, Whitley Richman and Cree Mullenix. Not pictured is Brian Upton, who was named the girls’ Class 3 Coach of the Year.

The Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association released it All-Northwest District basketball team today and Trenton High School was well represented. On the girls’ Class 3 team, sophomore Whitley

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Osborn, Ockenfels Back To Lead Talented Team In 2015

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Members of the 2015 Trenton Lady Bulldogs track and field team include, from left, first row, Alainey Fair, Whitley Richman, Karley McCollum, Ayron Osborn, Ally Ockenfels, Tenna Roberts, Thelma Guerrero; second row, Jaylen Neff, Mason Hooyman, Abbie Shuler, Kayley Griffin, Ivy Rottman, Stacy Coplen; third row, Cassidy Trump, Lana Raymo, Shayla Woodside, Jakolbie Stotts; fourth row, Assistant Coach Tad Trombley and Head Coach Chris Parks.

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Members of the 2015 Trenton Lady Bulldogs track and field team include, from left, first row, Alainey Fair, Whitley Richman, Karley McCollum, Ayron Osborn, Ally Ockenfels, Tenna Roberts, Thelma Guerrero; second row, Jaylen Neff, Mason Hooyman, Abbie Shuler, Kayley Griffin, Ivy Rottman, Stacy Coplen; third row, Cassidy Trump, Lana Raymo, Shayla Woodside, Jakolbie Stotts; fourth row, Assistant Coach Tad Trombley and Head Coach Chris Parks.

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Bulldogs Enter New Era In 2015 With Coach Scott Stevens

R-T Photo/Seth Herrold Members of the 2015 Trenton Bulldogs track and field team include, from left, front row, Colton Allen, Jonathan Lamp, Kail McCarter, Trent Crawford, Aaron Anderson, Bailey Owen, Trey Shields, Thomas Mack; row two, Lucas Clark, Avery Cooksey, Travis Leeper, Dalton Ellis, Jerry Reeder, Logan Trickel, Spencer Harris, Austin Burkeybile; row three, Wyatt Whittle, Jeffrey White, Daniel Rodriguez, Brenden Johnson, Alex Parrack, Zac Smith, Eric Lovett, Colton Colston, Colton Neff; row four, Denver Bennett, Chase Marsh, Elijah Oyler, Winston Mackey, Trey Shaw, James Knight, Jose Barron; row five, Timothy Gordon, Connor Cotton, Terrin Ellis, Trever Ratliff, Mason Owen, Cade Darting, Cole Schilling; back row, Assistant Coach Tad Trombley, Head Coach Scott Stevens and manager Lauren Schmidt.

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Members of the 2015 Trenton Bulldogs track and field team include, from left, front row, Colton Allen, Jonathan Lamp, Kail McCarter, Trent Crawford, Aaron Anderson, Bailey Owen, Trey Shields, Thomas Mack; row two, Lucas Clark, Avery Cooksey, Travis Leeper, Dalton Ellis, Jerry Reeder, Logan Trickel, Spencer Harris, Austin Burkeybile; row three, Wyatt Whittle, Jeffrey White, Daniel Rodriguez, Brenden Johnson, Alex Parrack, Zac Smith, Eric Lovett, Colton Colston,

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Pirates Split Monday, Drop One On Tuesday

The North Central Missouri College baseball team continued its South Carolina swing this week, playing two games on Monday and a single game on Tuesday. North Central split Monday, defeating Jamestown Community College 10-0 before falling to Brunswick Community College 9-2. On Tuesday, the Pirates were shut out by Elgin Community College 8-0.
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The Pirates got off to a good start, running away with a 10-0 win. NCMC scored

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Pleasant View Splits With Chula

The Pleasant View fifth and sixth grade basketball teams split games with Chula last week, winning the girls’ contest 20-4, but dropping the boys’ game 12-11.
In girls action, Teya Cooksey and Natalie Ricker led Pleasant View with six points each. For the Pleasant View boys it was Chase Otto leading the way with nine points.
Prior to the Chula games, Pleasant View earned a sweep of Newtown-Harris, winning the

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